How to draw a curve?

Discussion in 'Photoshop' started by Nuno Paquete, Jul 27, 2004.

  1. Nuno Paquete

    Nuno Paquete Guest

    Hi group.
    I'm new in Photoshop and maybe this is a stupid question, but I can't draw a
    curve in Photoshop.
    I use Adobe Illustrator to draw the curve and then i export to Photoshop to
    do the rest of the job.
    Can I avoid this?

    Thanks in advance,

    Nuno Paquete.
     
    Nuno Paquete, Jul 27, 2004
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    Marsupilami Guest

    You can draw the same way you do in Illustrator using the pen tool,
    an useful link just below,
    http://www.heathrowe.com/tuts/vector.asp

    HTH

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    Marsupilami, Jul 27, 2004
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    edjh Guest

    Draw it with the Pen tool exactly as you would in Illustrator then apply
    a Stroke through the Paths palette or by choosing a brush and hitting
    Enter.
     
    edjh, Jul 27, 2004
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  4. You don't believe in reading the manual, do you.
     
    HecateOnAGoodDay, Jul 27, 2004
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  5. Nuno Paquete

    Tabasco1 Guest

    Back in 1983 when I got my first computer most manuals were quite good and
    it was very easy to learn virtually all programs straight form the manual.

    Later in the 80's a couple of manuals came out that were bad and someone
    went out and wrote after market manuals for them and made lots of money.
    Ever since the quality of OEM manuals has been swirling around the toilet.

    After all why spend a fortune on writing a good or great manual when you can
    write one later and charge everyone an extra $50.00 for it.

    Most manuals to day are written with the assumption that either you are a
    already partially proficient at the product or that you are dumb as a box of
    rocks. Both styles are hard to read.

    There are some manuals out there that are alright but they tend to be few
    and far between.



    Charles
    Torrance, California
    http://www.tcpslashipdomains.com
     
    Tabasco1, Jul 28, 2004
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  6. Nuno Paquete

    Hecates Guest


    In other words, you did not read the manual.
     
    Hecates, Jul 28, 2004
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  7. Back in the 80's 'yes' used to mean 'yes'

    It looks as if the 21st century has replaced the one word 'yes' by several
    paragraphs of drivel

    Arty
     
    Arty Phacting, Jul 28, 2004
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  8. Nuno Paquete

    Tabasco1 Guest

    I was reading the manual.... but it was winter and I needed kindling.


    Charles
    Torrance, California
    http://www.tcpslashipdomains.com
     
    Tabasco1, Jul 28, 2004
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  9. Nuno Paquete

    Hecete Guest



    Should have read that part and THEN burned it.
     
    Hecete, Jul 28, 2004
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